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  1. I guess they could move it to June 4th, or they could try their luck with the date that Ghostbusters: Afterlife previously had.
  2. I don’t know why there’s a discussion here about Batman vs. Iron Man, but all film versions of Batman have demonstrated detective skills, and have been shown to be adept with technology.
  3. Walter Hamada already said that this movie is set in an alternate continuity. Why would it be tied to that Flash movie that’s coming out after it?
  4. This movie seems like it was tailor made for October. Oh well. Also, I’m assuming the implication here is that Superman exists as a fictional character in this continuity.
  5. When I saw the notification, I assumed that Maguire and/or Garfield were confirmed to have signed on, or that at least some other bit of major news must’ve happened. You got me there! Now, how many people are going to think this is legitimate?
  6. I wouldn’t be surprised if Selina isn’t really his love interest in this continuity.
  7. Since the Electro news and the Dr. Strange news both happened on a Thursday, does that mean we should expect to hear about Tobey Maguire and/or Andrew Garfield signing on for this by next Thursday?
  8. The Spectacular Spider-Man is the best cartoon to be based on a Marvel property. It’s a shame that it was a casualty of Disney buying Marvel.
  9. If this gets pushed back again, June 11 would be a prime spot to put it.
  10. The problem a lot of people have is that they don’t like how reliant the MCU Spider-Man is on other Marvel heroes. Part of the reason Spider-Man became so popular to begin with was because he was a young hero who often had to do things on his own. Sure, he interacted with other Marvel heroes plenty of times, but he was generally on his own, and had to handle his problems by himself. He wasn’t even a proper Avenger for the longest time. In comparison, the MCU version of Peter Parker has had the support of Stark Industries and S.H.I.E.L.D. Generally speaking, he seems to have it pretty easy compared to the traditional depictions of the character. All things considered, he seems like a fairly well adjusted kid who has everything going for him. You even get the impression that Tony Stark is a more important figure in his life than Uncle Ben.
  11. Call me a skeptic, but I seriously doubt Holland is getting another six movies after this. How old would he even be by the end of that?
  12. I wonder if they’re going to make any jokes at the expense of Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man.
  13. I don’t think we’d be hearing about this right now if his appearance was just a post-credits thing.
  14. I’m gonna go out on a limb and say that DS2 was pushed all the way back to 2022 specifically so it would come out after this. Keep in mind, the release date change happened back when BW was still set to come out this year.
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